Wednesday Morning Rundown

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Fairfax County’s Next Recreational Amenity — Is a high ropes course heading for a county park? [Washington Business Journal]

Hearts of Hope — Langston Hughes Middle School bus driver raises bullying awareness with unique craft project. [Fairfax Times]

Best Baker — Check out Great Falls’ Matthew Merril, a sixth grader who will be a contestant on a Food Network baking show starting Monday, Jan. 4. [Fairfax Times]

Recent Stories

(Updated. at 9:50 a.m.) The St. James has signed a lease at One Freedom Plaza for a 25,000-square-foot facility at 11951 Freedom Drive. The company, the region’s largest athletic facility,…

An overturned car has prompted the closure of both sides of Herndon Parkway between Spring Street and the Herndon Police Department. Local police encourage residents to avoid the area and…

Morning Notes

Commercial Buildings Win Awards — Projects in Fairfax County received 10 honors at the NAIOP Northern Virginia awards earlier this month. College Board in Reston received the award of excellence…

Join the Kensington Reston at the Memory Cafe on December 2 to learn more about the Memory Care Center.


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